2018-02-02 / Front Page

PANDA EXPRESS MARKS OPENING

New eatery expands dining options with Chinese-style cuisine


Performing a ceremonial snip to open the Panda Express restaurant at Fort Gordon Jan. 25 are Command Sgt. Maj. Charlie Bryant, right, garrison command sergeant major; Col. Todd Turner, Fort Gordon Garrison commander; Mary Scott, services business manager for The Exchange; and Stefan Marks, general manager of The Exchange. 
Photos by Bill Bengtson / Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office Performing a ceremonial snip to open the Panda Express restaurant at Fort Gordon Jan. 25 are Command Sgt. Maj. Charlie Bryant, right, garrison command sergeant major; Col. Todd Turner, Fort Gordon Garrison commander; Mary Scott, services business manager for The Exchange; and Stefan Marks, general manager of The Exchange. Photos by Bill Bengtson / Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office A new, “fast casual” option is in place for those with a fondness for Chinese-style food.

Panda Express held its grand opening Jan. 25, welcoming diners and visitors to the Exchange Mall, at B Street and South Rice Road (Building 29722).

Panda Express is based in Glendale, California, near Los Angeles, and has about 2,100 restaurants, including 29 on U.S. military installations (with plans for 10 more to come).

It dates back to 1983 and is now in such far-flung locations as Guam, Puerto Rico, Canada, Dubai and South Korea.

Hours at Fort Gordon are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays, and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekends.


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